inspiring words heard on the commute into work (lyrics from The Pogues' "Streams of Whiskey")

inspiring words heard on the commute into work (lyrics from The Pogues' "Streams of Whiskey") | I may not always have a personal philosophy but when I do it's: 'when the world is too dark and I need the light inside of me, I'll walk int | image tagged in memes,the most interesting man in the world,philosophy,beer,drinking,song lyrics | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Jessus
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That's not actually what I do, Masq. It's called artistic license.
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..
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The last time I drank the equivalent of fifteen pints of beer would've been back in college days. The beer was weaker then.
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*rolls eyes*
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Good. Keep 'em rolling. Stay away from the devil's juice.
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Acalhole?
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Yes.
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Achaloe isnt juse
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It is to the devil. Stick to the more angelic regular juice.
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Ok ....
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Sobriety this weekend. Not sure I like it. :D
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Cool ! ;)
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Yeah, fifteen is just a start. XD XD
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A personal favorite, Belushi did a hilarious impersonating on him on SNL when I was a kid, if you remember! Lol. :)
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Oh yeah. The alcohol only kills off the brain cells with the stupid stuff in them, not the funny ones. :)
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I may not always have a personal philosophy; but when I do it's: 'when the world is too dark and I need the light inside of me, I'll walk into a bar and drink fifteen pints of beer'
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